Paul Graham, one of the founders of YCombinator (YC), has had a broken certificate on his website for years now, and nobody ever calls him out on this failure because he's rich and nobody ever holds rich people accountable for their tech illiteracy, even when they're in charge of a tech startup incubator...
Watching other people's old VHS tapes on The Internet Archive is honestly turning into a weekly tradition. There's something extremely familiar and comforting about them.
#Introductions (Should have been my first Toot).
I am network security engineer working in Seattle at a startup called Tempered. It's a great product, message me if you want to know more about zero trust networking.
I am constantly trying to weigh my love of tech, with my preference for democratic socialism - these things don't always get along so great.
I have abandoned the toxicity of mainstream social networks, and I'm here to geek out and have fun.
I hear a lot of people talk about #Stadia as if it was a failure. I have had the opposite experience.
Quality and Latency are excellent. The games play well. I have only experienced one crash mid-game, and I was back in the game in less than a minute.
I didn't expect original games, I expected an innovative tech for gaming. For that it's a winner.
Though I am on gigabit living in a tech hub, so YMMV.
FOSS geek in Seattle. Working in Netsec.
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